May 27, 2015

Famed photographer Cam Kirk has taken it upon himself to craft a new art installation featuring never-before-seen photos of the wildly influential rapper; that said, it will not be your typical art exhibit. Kirk is orchestrating a haunted house of sorts, a six-hour pop-up installation in an abandoned church nestled away in Zone 6 in East Atlanta…

Patrick

by Patrick

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Though he remains in jail, Gucci Mane’s presence in hip-hop is a constant. Now, Mass Appeal reports, Guwop will be felt more viscerally than ever–at least in Atlanta. Famed photographer Cam Kirk has taken it upon himself to craft a new art installation featuring never-before-seen photos of the wildly influential rapper; that said, it will not be your typical art exhibit. Kirk is orchestrating a haunted house of sorts, a six-hour pop-up installation in an abandoned church nestled away in Zone 6 in East Atlanta. In order to attend patrons will have to RSVP to the address listed on the above artwork. But it will be taking place this Saturday, May 30, starting at around 3:00 p.m. EST. Sponsored by LRG, Trap God will feature actors playing roles that, while unspecified, are sure to make sense in Gucci Mane’s onomatopoeia-filled universe.

From behind bars, Gucci Mane has continued to be one of hip-hop’s most prolific voices, with tape after tape of new material hitting the Internet on a weekly basis. Perhaps most impressive was his stellar turn on the remix to Fetty Wap’s massive “Trap Queen,” which dropped earlier this month. Fans can write to Gucci at the following address:

RADRIC DAVIS #65556019
TERRE HAUTE USP PO BOX 33
TERRE HAUTE INDIANA 47808

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